Despite efforts by the government to call off a strike by health workers across the country, the National Health Workers Union of Liberia says discussions are still ongoing.
The Liberian Senate has called the heads of national security institutions in the country to address concerns of recent reports of electoral violence.
The Liberian Senate has taken note of President George Weah’s frequent disrespect for the constitution which is the supreme law of the land, with the latest being the appointment and subsequent commissioning of George Pattern as Ambassador to the U.S. without the Senate’s confirmation.
Grand Kru’s Sen. Peter S. Coleman has dispatched a communication to Albert Chie, Senate pro tempore, complaining about the high charges levied on the importation of goods at the Freeport of Monrovia.
In the wake of the ongoing election dispute, several senators on Tuesday recently held a one-day special retreat at the Farmington hotel in Margibi to deliberate and find a peaceful resolution to the matter.
Women representing different organizations in Liberia continue to register their displeasure with the recent amendment to the rape law by the Senate.
During its 56th plenary sitting on Tuesday, August 22, 39 out of the 73 members of the House of Representatives voted to abandon the resolution for a bill of impeachment against the justices.
The Supreme Court of Liberia has placed a stay order on ongoing proceedings by members of the legislature to impeach three justices of the court.